PORTLAND, Ore. -- Rite Aid Corp., Harrisburg, Pa., reached an agreement to settle a probe by the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy here into a series of consumer complaints. The complaints included poorly trained and unsupervised staff and improper drug-dispensing procedures. e Aid's market manager for Oregon, said in a press statement, "We acknowledge our responsibility to address the concerns expressed by the board." In February, the drug chain paid a $10,000 penalty to the Washington State ...

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